2020 Blog
Acknowledging the significance of technology for youth skills development By Onyi Nwaneri, CEO of Afrika Tikkun Services Strategically recognising the importance of youth skills development, World Youth Skills Day this July highlights just how important skills development is – not just for tomorrow’s future leaders, but for us all today.It is by far one of...
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My name is Bongani Patrick Ndlovu, a 27-year-old from Soshanguve, Pretoria. Being unable to find a job and dropping out of university and college, I found myself having stress, anxiety and facing depression. I then decided to move to Johannesburg to look for job or study opportunities. But instead I found myself sleeping on the...
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The Work Readiness Programme empowered us to not only focus on getting a job but also on the skills needed to survive in life. Growing up, we were under the illusion that all we needed to be successful was an academic degree. This, we thought, would lead to a good job, money and a happy life. Since...
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There’s an author that once said, “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement and I say that is true. By name I am Nontokozo and respond to the surname Mtshali. An ordinary young girl from a location where shattered souls yearn for a normal life and that place is well known as Alexandra –...
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